Google ranking help (This is not the usual repeated Question)
I have started to get most of my hubs to the bottom of the first or mid way through the second or at the least top of the third page of google rankings for some pretty high volume searches (according to adwords). I am simply back linking to: Google+1, Facebook (sometimes), Twitter, Pininterest, Stumble Upon, Digg and Reddit.
My Question is - is there anything pro-active that I can do tomorrow to get these hubs that tiny step further, i.e. at the least first page of google search? Any other good backlinking sites or any other steps I am missing?
From my experience, I see you as doing very well in the Google ranking. I do not know how long you have been a Hubber, but my advice is, "time will increase your Google ranking." Just do not give up or become discouraged. You are doing very well, really. Keep up the good work. Regards. Dr. Haddox
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